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Evangel graduates Aimee Gerla and Ashley Wubbena, founders of 417 Robotics.

Evangel graduates produce “417 Robotics” competition

Current EU student wrote the robotics course curriculum SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Robotic programs and competitions have been developing in cities all across the U.S. Two Evangel University graduates ...

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The commencement ceremony for Evangel University will once again be held at James River Church in Ozark, Mo.

UPDATE: Evangel University’s 58th Annual Commencement week activities

Four days of events to honor the Class of 2016 — undergrad, graduate and seminary      SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A variety of commencement week activities for Evangel University graduates and ...

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2016-04.29 EU Films Skylar Poster

EU Films premiers “Skylar” on Friday, Apr. 29

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — EU Films will debut the science fiction melodrama, “Skylar,” on Friday, April 29, 2016. The film produced by Evangel University students will show at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. in ...

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Joel Manzi and Charisse Green are honored to be selected to receive te Anne Spence Award for Meritorious Christian Character and Service. // PHOTO BY: Sarah Buford

Two Evangel seniors honored with annual Anne Spence Award

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Evangel seniors, Charisse Green and Joel Manzi, are the 2016 honored recipients of the Anne Spence Award for Meritorious Christian Character and Service. Each year, faculty ...

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Attorney Josh Hawley and author David Barton to discuss Religious Liberty at Evangel.

Evangel University hosts Religious Liberty lecture with Josh Hawley and David Barton

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Evangel University’s College Republican chapter will host a Religious Liberty lecture with attorney Josh Hawley and author David Barton on Thursday, April 21, at 5:30 p.m. ...

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Community


When the decision was made for Springfield, Missouri to host the O’Reilly General Army Hospital in February 1941, it established an inseparable link between Evangel University and the Springfield community.

Since 1955, Evangel has used its location and purpose to serve the community, while also receiving support for many students and initiatives.

Evangel, located in the heart of Springfield, sits on or near many of the city’s busiest roadways. With such accessibility, Evangel embraces its prominent position as a community landmark.

With immaculate learning and event facilities, Evangel offers the opportunity to host events large and small, which can be booked through Conference Services.

Through a variety of activities and partnerships, Evangel is a vital part of Springfield. Learn more about Evangel’s campus by visiting, or by watching what it has to offer.

Conference Services

When you're looking for a location to host your next business meeting, training event, or conference, consider Evangel University - a campus of beauty and convenience...

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Community School of Arts

Evangel University Community School of Arts is an outreach of Evangel's Music and Humanities departments, bringing education in the arts to those of all age...

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Charlie Getty’s two passions: football and students

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Three reasons Anthony Moore (’03) is a bad pastor

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A chaplain’s move for God and Country

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Julie Higgins (’85) is starting something new (again)

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Becca Lashway (’18): When coming home feels foreign

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